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Broken Water Line – Monday, January 17

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The main water line on Homestead has ruptured and water service will be down until the repair is made. Additional information will be shared when we have more information.

Status Update:

4:13PM – The plant operators are onsite assessing the damage for repairs. They anticipate the repair should take a couple hours.

5:47PM – repair is finished and water service should available soon.

NOTICE – New Late Fee Penalties Effective October 1, 2021

Members,

Due to multiple memberships currently reflecting account delinquency the Clarks Branch Water Association Board members have approved the following late fee penalties to be effective October 1, 2021.

For a balance more than 30 days past due a $10.00 fee will incur. A balance more than 60 days past due will incur a $20.00 late payment fee. After 90 days delinquent water service will be terminated and interest will incur in the amount of 1.5%.

Payment must be paid in full along with a $50.00 reinstatement fee for water to be turned back on in the event of termination.

Thanks,

Your Clarks Branch Water Association Board Members

2021 Annual Member Meeting

We invite and encourage you to attend the CBWA’s Annual Member Meeting on Thursday, July 15th, 2021 at 7:30PM. The normal monthly board meeting scheduled for July 13 has been moved to accommodate the annual meeting.

You’ll learn more of the recent projects the board is working on with OEC and our goals for the next year for the better of our community and our water source. Refreshments will be served. Bring your lawn chair and we look forward to seeing you!

Hope to see you there!

Meeting Details:
July 15, 2021 at 7:30PM

CBWA Water Plant
741 Wagontire Drive
Myrtle Creek, OR 97457

2020 Consumer Confidence Report Released

Demonstrating its commitment to public health protection and the public’s right-to-know about local environmental information, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requires all community water systems to put annual drinking water quality reports into the hands of their members. These reports (also known as consumer confidence reports), which EPA developed in consultation with water suppliers, environmental groups, and the states, will enable you to make practical, knowledgeable decisions about your health and your environment.

View the 2020 Consumer Confidence Report, or see past reports on our Quality Reports page.

To learn more visit the Environmental Protection Agency website.